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Omaha, NE – United Indoor Football (UIF) has a new logo in place for the 2008 season.

The logo, which appeared for the first time on UIF collateral at the winter meetings, is composed of a blue football cutout with UIF in blue letters and the words United Indoor Football in red. A red star serves as a replacement for the dot above the Ietter I.

Paul Aaron, UIF Executive Director, explained the new logo and how he sees it helping the league.

“The new UIF logo is a much more contemporary logo that embodies our product in its design,” Aaron said. “The new graphics present a clearly definable image not only for our fans present in the many arenas in which we play but also for the tens of thousands of fans who view our games on traditional over-the-air television, or on cable or on the B2 Network.”

Mike Parnell, of the Billings Outlaws, likes the logo and says it will present a more visible image for the UIF.

"The league has been working hard to becoming more efficient and to reduce overhead by using technology so that our dues are more attractive and may open the doors to new and existing teams in indoor football to join the UIF," Parnell said. “The ability to reduce our dues from $2400 a month to $1250 a month is a significant factor in the league's goals to continue to be the Premier Indoor Football League. The new logo reflects this change and the new UIF attitude and philosophy. It will be more identifiable with football entertainment and more discernable on field banners, our new live TV broadcasts and the league's collateral material.”

United Indoor Football is the premier indoor football league of North America and is committed to serving its teams and fans. The league will begin its fourth season on March 8, 2008. Please contact the UIF league office with any comments, concerns or suggestions at (888) 433-4UIF (4843). For more information about the UIF, visit

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